Microsoft is rolling out a new communications device for the premium group of users in the United States.
The new communications system is called Frontier Communications, and it will let customers send messages using Microsoft’s Azure messaging service.
It will work on a Microsoft-owned platform and work across all devices that support Azure.
Frontier Communications is the only communications system Microsoft currently offers for the US, but it has been available to customers since March of last year.
The company is rolling it out in its retail stores in the U.S. and Canada starting today, and has made the service available to users in Europe and Japan.
Microsoft plans to open up the service to customers in more countries in the future.
The Frontier Communications device will be available in the Microsoft Store and in Microsoft Edge, Microsoft’s mobile web browser.
The device will also be available for purchase in Microsoft’s online store and in the Windows Store, but Microsoft isn’t saying when those will be ready.
Frontier communications is a Microsoft service that lets customers send, receive and store messages.
Microsoft is selling the service for $99 per year.
Microsoft and Frontier Communications are working on ways to make this service available in other countries, but not all are on the same page.
Microsoft will release a list of countries that it believes will support Frontier Communications on a public schedule.